Numinus is a mischievous musical trio made up of tenor Lee Moore, and pianists Robert Hitz and Felicia Clarke. Baltimore-based and formed in 2017, Numinus offers unique interpretations of a wide range of repertoire, including Art Song, piano four-hands, solo piano, improvisations, and original compositions. The trio delivers fresh interpretations on the classical repertoire while exploring its historic origins in improvisation.
Numinus Trio builds connections between audiences and performers through storytelling, improvisation, and meditation. Their music and the atmosphere they create is beautiful, meaningful, mystical, and poignant. Audiences describe their performances as transcendent and lighthearted.
Lee Moore is a concert tenor based in Baltimore. Initially trained at New World School of the Arts, Lee has studied with various acclaimed teachers and coaches over the last 20 years. Having recently transitioned from baritone to tenor, Lee has expanded the size and power of his voice while maintaining the range of colors and dynamics characteristic of his singing. As an artist, Lee dedicates himself to taking his audience on a transformative, emotional, and musical journey. Lee is also a recording producer. His studio supports independent artists in both classical and singer/songwriter genres.
Robert Hitz is a composer, pianist, and master teacher. He is the quintessential modern artist – his music spans genres and influences, and is open to all great musical ideas. Although classically trained at the Peabody Institute and Syracuse University, Robert began playing and composing through improvisation. He has performed concerts in the United States and Europe since 1984, and is an award winning composer with numerous Meet the Composer and ASCAP grants. He is a member of ASCAP, NARAS, and serves on the executive committee of the Society of Peabody Alumni (SPA).
Felicia Clarke is a budding composer, accompanist, and music educator who strives to exemplify the most fragile human experiences using only 88 keys. Her music is classically grounded and modernly inspired. Felicia possesses a virtuoso composition style that spans many musical genres. Her music has been praised as “courageous, overwhelming, rhythmic, intense, fiery, and powerful.“ She considers music as an extraordinary means to express a wide range of personal emotions; from triumph to suffering, and chaos to joy. Her first solo piano album, Beautiful Blemished, was released in 2016.
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